The evolution of modern medicine; a series of lectures delivered at Yale University on the Silliman Foundation in April, 1913
Publisher New Haven, Yale university press
Call number R131 .O74
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Introduction.--Greek medicine.--Medieval medicine.--The renaissance and the rise of anatomy and physiology.--The rise and development of modern medicine.--The rise of preventive medicine
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Robert B. Livingston
February 17, 2014
Classic lectures to Medical Students
These lectures by Sir William Osler, a towering figure in the history of medicine, are essential to complete the canon of every medical student's library.
They present his deep passion for healing and history, and his contemplative but practical philosophy to living.